London Zoo Entry Ticket: Discover Wildlife in the World’s Most Vibrant Capital City
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439 Ratings
London
Experience the wonders of wildlife at London Zoo, located in the heart of one of the world's most vibrant capital cities. Explore diverse habitats, learn about conservation efforts, and create unforgettable memories.
Duration: 5 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
Highlights
  • ZSL London Zoo - The Zoo’s biggest experience, Land of the Lions, gives you the chance to get closer than ever before to the mighty Asiatic lions. You can explore walkways covering the 2,500sqm Indian-themed exhibit.

Come face-to-face with one of nature’s most awesome predators in Tiger Territory, learn about the natural behaviours of Sumatran tigers and discover the conservation issues these creatures face in the wild.

Tiny Giants is a celebration of all things small but mighty, and the sometimes strange but always wonderful world of invertebrates. Also home to a new coral reef tank, this indoor experience is one not to be missed.

You’ll love heading down to the beach to watch our colony of Humboldt penguins dive, swim, frolic and feed in England’s largest penguin pool, complete with large underwater viewing windows. And step Into Africa to observe the elegance and grace of the giraffes before moving on to the magnificent residents of Gorilla Kingdom.

What's Included
  • Admission to ZSL London Zoo included
What's Not Included
  • Guide book
  • Hotel pickup and drop off
  • Food and drinks
Additional Information

Experience the natural world at London Zoo, a conservation facility of ZSL located in the centre of one of the globe’s most energetic capitals. Explore diverse wildlife, understand our preservation efforts and create unforgettable recollections of our jumping, growling, and chirping ecosystem.

Nestled in the verdant surroundings of Regent’s Park, with historic edifices and exquisite gardens, London Zoo serves as a sanctuary in the capital’s core, home to over 15,000 marvelous creatures.

  • Please note, there is no provision for left luggage
  • Bicycles, scooters, rollerskates, rollerblades, skateboards are not allowed on Zoo premises
  • The Zoo is more than 190 years old and contains many old buildings, 12 of which are listed. However, most of London Zoo is accessible for wheelchair users and those with walking difficulties.
  • Paths are generally tarmac and there is level or ramped access to most buildings.
  • Slopes leading to the two tunnels in the Zoo are quite steep.
  • Six manual wheelchairs and two boosters/electronic wheelchairs are available at the Zoo entrance with no hire charge, but a security deposit is required (subject to availability). You can call to reserve one up to 2 weeks in advance.
  • Please ask at the Zoo entrance or the Information Kiosk for information and a map in large print.
Location
ZSL London Zoo
Regents Park, Outer Circle
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Customer Ratings
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Janeen_s
Mar 23, 2024
Would Recommend - Spent the best part of around 4 hours taking in all the zoo has to offer (& there were no children in our group!). Some of the exhibits were undergoing renovation, so access wasn't possible, but there was still plenty to see. The site is huge, so be prepared to be walking around a lot, though there are plenty of benches/seating, etc. Lots of visible staff who were keen to answer any questions/help. There are plenty of restroom facilities which were clean and well maintained. A large restaurant provides a variety of choices for drinks, snacks, meals, etc.
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Johnnybeetravels
Mar 19, 2024
Great day out - Easy to find being well signposted from the tube station, i was surprised at the size of the zoo being so close to London. I love the way the zoo embraces its history and the old listed buildings and enclosures are fascinating to see. The animals and there are many different species to see are in well kept enclosures which standard is kept up around the zoo. Everything was clean and tidy. There seems to be lots of investment and many new buildings including a new reptile area that wasn’t currently open to the public when we visited. We ate here and found the restaurant pleasant and enjoyed our meal. Had a fantastic day out and due to the amount of animals and the size of the park there is plenty to keep you entertained.
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Rochaed
Mar 18, 2024
Meerkat experience - We have visited for the passed few years for my daughters birthday. This year we decided to do a feed the meerkat experience and I can honestly say it was fantastic. It was myself my mum and my daughter and our host I believe was Alice ( My memory is terrible so sorry we visited on the 17 of March at 2.30pm) and she was absolutely amazing! Very knowledgeable, friendly and made my daughter feel very at ease. I would definitely bring my family back to do it again.
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Q2260jrannab
Mar 11, 2024
Always a thrill - We enjoyed our regular visit to the London Zoo. Always something new to see, this time it was the baby gorilla in its mother's arms. The super large tortoises were also active, a surprising turn of speed for a supposedly ponderous creature. Wonderful new habitat. We included a visit to the penguin beach, always interesting and amusing behaviour from the penguins. Not for me but my friend was thrilled to go into the house with 'uncontained' spiders. So many different creatures to watch in the urban setting of London, surrounded by Regent's Park.
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Daniellelaz
Mar 11, 2024
Great zoo for the day - This place is great, had a fantastic week end, the animals all seem well looked after, park was nice and clean through out, seemed really enjoyed the day.
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Kimhy
Mar 2, 2024
Great family day out - Had such a great day at London zoo during the Feb half-term. Expected it to be crazy busy with lots of crowds but apart from the gorilla enclosure, there were no queues. Lots of places to sit down and plenty to do for the kids who were aged between 7-9. Good size for an inner-city zoo, didn’t feel like we were in the middle of London.
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254cyanb
Mar 15, 2024
Half good - half not so good. - An enjoyable day overall (though the restaurant is not cheap for a family). However, the free map they give you is difficult to read because there is too much cramped into it, and the signage as you walk around the zoo is pathetic. There are three routes - blue, orange and pink - and occasionally there are coloured paw prints on the ground informing you which route you are on. But there are no signs telling you where you are or how to join another route. If they placed as much importance in guiding visitors through the site as they did trying to replicate an authentic Indian village in the Land of the Lions (Who knows why they bothered) it would be a less stressful experience. Highlight of the day - the penguins without a doubt. The kids loved them. Disappointment of the day - Butterfly World.
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U2fan56
Mar 10, 2024
Glad we went but nothing special - My wife and I went to the London Zoo recently on nice weather day. Recommend to purchase tickets ahead of time and skip the queue. The zoo is in Regent's Park and close to Camden and Primrose Hill. The zoo is aging - part of it was built in the 1830s which is crazy to fathom. There are newer exhibits like the lions and penguins. Some animals were not out like the tigers which was disappointing. Nice way to spend afternoon.
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46daniellab
Mar 19, 2024
Take action against disrespected animals - I loved seeing the animals and how well the zookeepers clearly care and adore them. Which is why the 2 stars is needed as the public are so disrespectful and I feel not enough is done to protect them from this. There needs to be more done in terms of revoking access to the public if they try to intimidate or scare or feed the animals, as it not only endangers the animals but also clearly upsets the zookeepers. Having a sign saying don't feed the animals is obviously not enough to deter people, and as I saw yesterday it actually spurred people to do it more. I'm really concerned that even though the zookeepers are trying their hardest to protect, enrich and care for the animals, it's ultimately out of their hands when it comes to the public doing what they want.
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Sburt64854
Mar 17, 2024
Worst zoo weve been too - I dont like to be too critical but me and my girlfriend are people who like to tour around zoos. We have been to a few. Being from Belfast we arent honored with a great zoo ourselves but in saying that, it is better than London Zoo. The whole zoo seemed depressed, the grounds, buildings, staff, animals and pens. Everything was awful. The best thing about it was the man who gave us our tickets, literally the only bright moment of the whole experience. We seen 2 groups of staff, all walking together. Hardly seen any animals but the ones we did see looked like they hated life. The best part of the whole experience was the walk out of the place. Do Chester Zoo instead
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